If he was a forward and he had scored six goals in three games then the manager wouldn't be able to leave him out of the Celtic game.
Kiwi True Blues are a Sunday league side and one of 32 teams that will be taking to the field this weekend and on Anzac Day in the preliminary round of the cup, which is being held for 90th time, and has attracted 127 entrants. He said that every team had areas where they could be beaten, even at the highest level. I'm not doing this just because I'm at Rangers.
Ahead of the latest instalment this weekend, live on Sky Sports 2, here's a look at some of the most memorable previous clashes...
Ronny Deila's Hoops were expected to crush a Rangers team still battling their way back to the top flight following the club's liquidation. Played in front of a then Scottish record attendance of 101,700, Adam McLean and Alec Thomson completed the scoring.
Celtic have been absolutely dominant under Brendan Rodgers in this campaign and the Hoops have already clinched the league title and the League Cup. Billy McNeill's early header set a tone though and two goals just before half-time from George Connelly and Bobby Lennox killed the game. The thing I like about them just now is that they seem to have that belief in themselves. "They know perfectly well what they have to do in each moment of the game".
On Sunday afternoon, they will make their debut in New Zealand's national men's knockout competition, hosting Northlanders Central Brown at Anderson Park in suburban Auckland. And that means they are going with their best players and best squad.
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Scot Symon's Rangers line-up would go on to lose out to Eintracht Frankfurt for the right to face Real Madrid in the European Cup final later that month but they proved too strong against their city neighbours, with doubles from Jimmy Millar and Davie Wilson sealing Rangers' comfortable win.
That decision has been blasted by former Celtic frontman John Hartson, who believes the pressure being placed on Robertson could impact his decision-making skills. I am confident my midfielders can deal with him.
Bates deputised for the injured Thomson when Raith Rovers hosted Rangers last February and caught the eye with an impressive display up against Barrie McKay.
El-Hadji Diouf started for Rangers after spitting at a Celtic fan in a 2003 UEFA Cup tie while playing for Liverpool and received a hostile reception from the away support at Ibrox but his corner led to a screaming 20-yard opener from Jamie Ness.
While Rangers' midfield have performed excellently under Caixinha, two of them - Jon Toral and Emerson Hyndman - are only here on loan, and we could end up with neither for next season.